P.1 Full Moon Celebration – The Handprints of Growth
Our P.1 students have joined the Ho Yu family for one month! Following our school’s tradition, P.1 Full Moon Celebration was held on 4th October to mark P.1 students’ first month of school life at Ho Yu. Besides giving out traditional red eggs and red packets to children, parents and teachers also attended the fun yet symbolic hand-printing ceremony.
The ceremony invited every P.1 student to leave their unique handprints at the bottom of the flowers on the colourful paper. Once they are in P.6, they will leave another handprint at the top of the flowers on the same paper. The hand-printing ceremony is a symbol of growth. We hope to send our best wishes to all P.1 students, as the young flowers of Ho Yu, so that they can eventually blossom by the nurture of our teachers.
Not only do the handprints mark the growth of Ho Yu children, they also witness children’s important milestones at school. We are looking forward to seeing a full bloom picture at Ho Yu after six years!
‘Hand in Hand for Benevolence’ Student Online Quiz Competition
Organised by the Education Committee of Sik Sik Yuen, the competition is aimed to let students learn about the life of Master Wong Tai Sin, the 100-year development and mission of Sik Sik Yuen, as well as the Daoist culture, in order for them to uphold the principle of ‘to act benevolently and to teach benevolence’.
We are delighted to announce that our school is awarded the following prizes:
‘Best School Award (Primary Section)’ - First Runner Up
‘Best School Award (Secondary Section)’ - Second Runner Up
‘Best Class Award (Primary Section)’ - P5A
‘Best Class Award (Secondary Section)’ - S4C